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  • 01/11/20--12:00: Who else thinks is cool
  • Make a case.

    Here’s food for thought: what design will the PlayStation 5’s boxes adopt? We already know that the device will include a Blu-ray player, so it’s unlikely you should expect a different shape or size of case to the PlayStation 4 – it’s not like it will have to accommodate Nintendo Switch-sized cartridges all of a sudden, for example.

    Furthermore, PlayStation boss Jim Ryan has talked in detail about how important it is for the manufacturer to maintain consistency with its current product, so we’d expect it to adopt the same general format, with branding at the top and on the spine. But while some degree of uniformity is essential, it’s also going to want to ensure that PS5 products are set apart from PS4 ones.

    Read the full article on pushsquare.com


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  • 01/11/20--14:00: Who else thinks Game is cool
  • The Phantom Thieves are back.

    There's a certain lack of hype surrounding Persona 5 Scramble: The Phantom Strikers. Despite being billed as what is essentially a sequel to the hugely successful Persona 5, it just doesn't seem to be attracting much attention. Perhaps that'll change once the West gets its hands on Persona 5 Royal in March, but in the meantime, we'd recommend giving this gameplay footage a watch.

    Stretching on for just over two hours, this video from Japanese YouTube channel Amari Odorokanai Gacchiman wa Horror Game Bakari Yatteiru (thanks Gematsu) has it all, and yes, by the looks of it, Persona 5 Scramble really is a sequel to Persona 5 -- the main difference being that combat is action-based. It's got in-depth dialogue scenes, player choice, dungeon exploration -- just about everything you'd expect from a Persona title.

    Read the full article on pushsquare.com


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  • 01/11/20--15:00: who else really gets this
  • The Phantom Thieves are back.

    There's a certain lack of hype surrounding Persona 5 Scramble: The Phantom Strikers. Despite being billed as what is essentially a sequel to the hugely successful Persona 5, it just doesn't seem to be attracting much attention. Perhaps that'll change once the West gets its hands on Persona 5 Royal in March, but in the meantime, we'd recommend giving this gameplay footage a watch.

    Stretching on for just over two hours, this video from Japanese YouTube channel Amari Odorokanai Gacchiman wa Horror Game Bakari Yatteiru (thanks Gematsu) has it all, and yes, by the looks of it, Persona 5 Scramble really is a sequel to Persona 5 -- the main difference being that combat is action-based. It's got in-depth dialogue scenes, player choice, dungeon exploration -- just about everything you'd expect from a Persona title.

    Read the full article on pushsquare.com


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  • 01/12/20--13:00: Article 1
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    As the 2010s drew to a close, we asked you to scan through an impressive list of games and choose three that stood out as the best of the past 10 years. Now, the votes are in, the winners are known, and it’s time to share your pick for game of the decade.

    But why stop with just the top choice? We’ve also gathered the top 20 entries, which combine to form one hell of a list. How many of your picks are below?

    Platinum Trophy Winner

    The Last of Us

    When we started the poll, we had a feeling we’d see Joel and Ellie near the top. Turns out the characters, drama, and grisly action in The Last of Us left such an unforgettable impression on players that it received over 11% of all votes to become the Game of the Decade Platinum winner.


    Gold Trophy Winner

    God of War

    Kratos’ legendary journey wowed the world and brought home all manner of awards in 2018. Today, it proudly brandishes the Gold trophy atop a mountainous list of incredible games.


    Silver Trophy Winner

    The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

    Players tossed a vote to their Witcher enough times to earn it a Silver trophy. Like God of War, Wild Hunt won many awards in its release year and remains a popular adventure to this day.


    Bronze Trophy Winner

    Grand Theft Auto V

    With a vast open world, standout characters, and a consistently updated online experience, it’s no surprise to see GTA V take the Bronze trophy and round out your top choices for Game of the Decade.


    PS Blog Game of the Decade: The Full List

    The post PlayStation Blog Game of the Decade: The Winners appeared first on PlayStation.Blog.Europe.


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    As the 2010s drew to a close, we asked you to scan through an impressive list of games and choose three that stood out as the best of the past 10 years. Now, the votes are in, the winners are known, and it’s time to share your pick for game of the decade.

    But why stop with just the top choice? We’ve also gathered the top 20 entries, which combine to form one hell of a list. How many of your picks are below?

    Platinum Trophy Winner

    The Last of Us

    When we started the poll, we had a feeling we’d see Joel and Ellie near the top. Turns out the characters, drama, and grisly action in The Last of Us left such an unforgettable impression on players that it received over 11% of all votes to become the Game of the Decade Platinum winner.


    Gold Trophy Winner

    God of War

    Kratos’ legendary journey wowed the world and brought home all manner of awards in 2018. Today, it proudly brandishes the Gold trophy atop a mountainous list of incredible games.


    Silver Trophy Winner

    The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

    Players tossed a vote to their Witcher enough times to earn it a Silver trophy. Like God of War, Wild Hunt won many awards in its release year and remains a popular adventure to this day.


    Bronze Trophy Winner

    Grand Theft Auto V

    With a vast open world, standout characters, and a consistently updated online experience, it’s no surprise to see GTA V take the Bronze trophy and round out your top choices for Game of the Decade.


    PS Blog Game of the Decade: The Full List

    The post PlayStation Blog Game of the Decade: The Winners appeared first on PlayStation.Blog.Europe.


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